Two school girls on why they believe Britain's school children should learn more about mental health.
David Cameron is now the only main party leader who has not backed a repeat of the 2010 TV debates for next year's General Election.
All Nick Clegg wants for Christmas is a pair of boxing gloves to help him relieve his coalition tensions.
Nick Clegg has insisted he will not back down over his demands for Lord Rennard to apologise to four women who made allegations about the former chief executive's behaviour.
Lord Rennard has threatened to take legal action after he was suspended for refusing to apologise, sparking fears that the party could be torn apart by the row.
Speaking during his weekly phone-in on LBC radio, the Liberal Democrat leader stressed that the conclusions of an independent report into the situation had to be enforced.
"Just imagine if Alistair Webster (QC) had recommended that an apology should be issued and I came out and said 'Thank you very much, we will file away the report, and by the way, none of the recommendations need to be accepted or adhered to'. There would have quite rightly been outrage."
Mr Clegg said Lord Rennard was not acting in his own best interests in refusing to say sorry, arguing it was the "human thing" to do even where distress had been caused "inadvertently".
Nick Clegg has just left "The Grey Room" on committee corridor where he's been meeting Lib Dem MPs & Lords about #Rennard fiasco
Clegg told his MPs the he stood by his decision to back the report which found #Rennard accusers were "credible" & demanded he apologise
Clegg thanks his MPs for their "measured tone" over #Rennard fiasco: "It's very difficult to confront the past and pursue a new culture"
Lord Rennard is challenging Nick Clegg's attempt to have his conduct investigated in a second internal party inquiry.
ITV News understands the Liberal Democrat peer has hired a senior QC to try to get an injunction to stop the inquiry which was announced yesterday.
It is due to look into claims that he brought the party into disrepute by failing to apologise to women who complained about his behaviour.
Sources close to Lord Rennard said he had moved "heaven and earth" to try to get the matter resolved.
"Legal moves are expected within days," a spokesman said.
"We feel this second inquiry is a re-run of the first.
He is facing trial for the same charge - even though we have had two inquiries, one by the police, another by the Liberal Democrats and both concluded no further action should be taken."
Responding to the IMF's raising of Britain's growth forecast, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has tweeted:
Nick Clegg on IMF forecast: This is a great boost for British businesses... this government has set Britain on the right course
Nick Clegg: We must continue to reform, it will be done fairly with investment in jobs; putting money in the pockets of ordinary people #IMF
Lib Dem president Tim Farron said he thinks leader Nick Clegg has acted "totally appropriately" regarding the claims make against Lord Rennard.
Mr Farron told Sky News: "We are a democratic party ... we must follow the due processes.
"The lesson we must learn ... is that you do not let things fester - there is nothing kind about putting a complaint to one side".
He added, "If we can't learn from this process it will be an appalling waste".
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said "a change of attitude" towards mental health is needed as he starts a campaign to bring the issue "out of the shadows."
– Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg speaking to BBC1's Breakfast
We've provided about £400 million for new talking therapies and over £50 million to make sure there are therapies available to children across the country over the next several years.
Money is important and more money is being put into those therapies that we think aren't being provided overall.
But a change in attitude is just as important as the money, because if we can't encourage people to treat mental health in exactly the same way as we treat physical health, it will always be somehow brushed under the carpet in the NHS.
The deputy prime minister's plans to improve standards in mental healthcare have "real potential" but need to be backed up by larger awareness in the community.
Stephen Dalton, chief executive of the NHS Confederation's Mental Health Network, said:
– Stephen Dalton
For far too long there has been plenty of talk about putting mental health on a par with physical health, but so far this talk hasn't turned into reality...
Today's plan has real potential, but it won't live up to this potential if as a society, we don't put our money where our mouths are and make sure we make progress in mental health much further and much faster.
The crisis within Liberal Democrat ranks over allegations of sexual harassment against Lord Rennard will deepen today as the peer plans to return to the party's ranks in the Upper House.
Party leader Nick Clegg has made clear that the former Lib Dem chief executive should apologise to the female activists who made the claims before the whip is reinstated.
But Lord Rennard strenuously denies the allegations and refuses to apologise, setting up a showdown which will test Mr Clegg's authority.
Lib Dem Lord Carlile, who has been providing legal advice to Lord Rennard, raised the prospect of a court battle with the party leadership if the whip was withheld.
In a wide-ranging speech on the provision of UK mental health care, Nick Clegg is expected to call for the media to take greater care of the way it represents the mentally unwell.
- Urge journalists and those working the media to rely less on negative stereotyping when reporting on the mentally unwell.
- Extend the same legal rights as those with physical conditions to chose where they go for care, from April.
- Mr Clegg is to tell the conference that the choice will not be limited to an NHS organisation, and that patients will also be able to choose from a voluntary or independent provider offering services on the NHS when they go to see their GP to seek help.
- New standards on access and waiting times for mental health services are also to be introduced next year, so that patients will know what kind of treatment to expect and when.
- The Government is also rolling out the Friends and Family Test to mental health services by the end of this year.